SHINGLE ROOF REPAIR & INSTALLATION
DAYTONA BEACH & SURROUNDING AREA
For more than 30 years, G&W Roofing & Sheet Metal, Inc. has been providing Daytona Beach roof repair and replacement for homeowners and businesses in Eastcoast Florida. We provide free estimates and work with insurance claims after storm damage. Whether you just have storm damage and need to speak with a roofing contractor in Daytona Beach and surrounding, or are interested in a new roof installation, we are ready to help you improve your property.
The team at our locally owned and operated business wants to make sure your home is protected from whatever Mother Nature sends your way. We can also help match your roof shingles if you require repair, so your home doesn’t look as if it was patched together. Call us at (386) 427-2798 to speak to a member of our team about receiving a free estimate for new roofing in Daytona Beach, and the surrounding cities.
There are two different styles of shingle roofing available for your home. The first is three tab shingles, which are installed in a single layer. The other style is known as architectural or dimensional shingles. They are more durable than the three tab style, which means they generally last longer. With either style, you have a variety of options to fit the design of your home.
FIBERGLASS & ASPHALT OPTIONS AVAILABLE
Shingles are the most popular material for roofs in all parts of the U.S. This is because of their many benefits:
- Fiberglass shingles come in many different styles and colors to match the style of your home.
- Asphalt shingle roofing is very affordable and comes with a warranty.
ALSO SERVING TITUSVILLE & COCOA BEACH
Call G&W Roofing near Daytona Beach, Titusville and Cocoa Beach for all your roofing needs. Our licensed, bonded and insured contractors always provide a free estimate. We offer many different types of roofing, from metal roofs to gravel roofing, to suit your building’s needs. Make sure you take care of your home by having the right material to protect against leaks and sun damage.